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2015 Fall Production

    "A Long Bridge Over Deep Water" by James Still

2015 Fall Production Flyer

Dress Rehearsal November 12 @ 7pm (donations accepted)

Performance Dates:
November 13, 14, 19, 20,& 21 @ 7pm
November 21 @ 2pm

Ticket Information:

  • Tickets on sale October 27 in the Wa-Hi Main Office, Monday - Friday 8am-3p,
  • Purchase tickets online (Online Payments)
  • Tickets can also be purchased one hour prior to curtain
    For ticketing information call 509-526-8613.
 In 2001, Cornerstone Theater Company asked the question, "How does faith unite and divide us?" Searching for an answer, the company began its four-year Faith-Based Cycle, which included 14 short plays and seven full-length collaborations with different communities of faith. And now, to celebrate and to culminate the cycle, the company is presenting its most ambitious and challenging production.
Written by James Still and directed by Cornerstone Co-Founder Bill Rauch, this play boasts a cast of about 50 and encompasses most of the world's major religious beliefs, as well as atheism. Filled with compassion and respect for all viewpoints, A Long Bridge can enlighten and entertain virtually everyone. Rauch has seamlessly merged a cast of amateur and professional actors who portray these disparate characters with such honesty that the scenes at times resemble a documentary.



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